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yeah so i started making trap ironically and then realized that its really fun and I'm gonna be making a lot more but the formula and mixing will progressively get nastier over time. not happy with how the snare gets drowned out at certain points in the mix but its just a fun track anyway
Basically I want to play guitar with various automated effects added (as I can't be arsed using midi footpedals etc) over a backing track, but can't do it in Mainstage as it can't handle automation. I could theoretically do it Logic though.
Has anyone used Logic 9 for gigs or live situations? Conventional wisdom is to use Mainstage in these scenarios as it's more stable and less likely to crash - but the chances of Logic crashing on my MacBook Pro seem pretty slim if I'm only using it to playback one track and another with about 3 effects on the armed channel.
The only issue I can foresee is opening the next track being a bit of a time-consuming ballache, causing some tumbleweed moments between songs. Any tips or experiences you'd care to share?
SO I'm a logic dood, and I've been getting really tired of the crashy crack that i have. I'm looking in to buying it, and apparently it's either Logic Express, or Logic Studio.
Looks like Studio has like 79283 shitty little things I'd never use, and is 500 bucks.
Express is 200.
Does any one have any advice about which to go for? I'm leaning towards Express, as I really don't need to have a half million apple loopz, or thirty thousand sampler instruments. lulz.
Only thing a bit shitty is that in Express there is no sculpture synth (meh), and no space designer reverb (actually quite a good one that).
Does anyone use Logic here? Are there any other limitations that I should know about? Like track limits?